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I undid your edit to JLA Classified 35 because it looks like the summary was plagiarized. Adding a link at the bottom of the page isn't enough to justify it. If you are the original writer, then its ok. Otherwise, you'd need to re-write it. Really, you shouldn't even attempt paraphrasing another writer's work. You should just write up the issue yourself. We already discussed this once before when you were taking text from the DCUGuide.
we're currently in the middle of a big argument with darkseid as to whether or not we want those splash pages on issue pages. Everyone else doesn't want them.
In the meantime, it would probably be best if you didn't add them to pages.
Are you sure that Maximum appears in this book? I didn't think he first appeared until the next year. Either his appearance is wrong or Psilencer's is. There's no way bot should be able to both appear in the same issue as Psliencer was killed very quickly and Maximum didn't join until after his death.
Its really not the best idea to just lift content from the dcuguide. I know they seem more or less ok with sharing the info but we at least need to link to them and give them credit for the research. As for other sites, I wouldn't recommend copying from them at all. We run into potential plagiarism and copyright problems that way.
but I'm not sure how this should be worded: "Scorch later came into conflict with Superman when sets a park on fire. After fighting Superman, she accepted Superman's advice of stop being a supervillain."
It would seem to indicate that Scorch made the decision to abandon supervillainy in this issue, but, in the issue when Superman asked her to join the JLA she got a surprised look on her face and teleported away instead of answering him. I can't think of any issue since then where she DID appear as an actual villain though. She pops up as an antagonist in 2 later issues but in both she was manipulated in some way into doing it. So I'm really not sure what it should say. :(